The death of a rainmeter that was installed at the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Interstate 5 in San Francisco has been ruled a homicide.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the rain meter was installed as part of a $100 million project by the city of San Francisco.
The skin was a component of a project to install solar panels on two existing light poles along the I-5 corridor.
The rain meter is part of an ambitious project to expand solar energy in the San Francisco area and the region.
It is believed the skin was removed on July 17.
According the Times, there are no other details about the incident, but the rain meters in question were located at two locations on the I.5 corridor, and one was located on a side street.
According a spokesperson for the San Mateo County Coroner’s Office, there is no evidence to suggest foul play was involved in the death.
A spokesperson for Mayor Ed Lee said the mayor “condemns this horrific incident and the tragic loss of life that resulted from it.”
The rain meter, located at Hollywood Boulevard between Hollywood Boulevard Boulevard and I-580, was installed on June 17, 2019.
The area was under construction when the incident occurred.